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Scottie Wayne Moore

Scottie Wayne Moore, 53, of Moberly, Missouri, passed away with his family by his side on Saturday, January 2, 2021. He is survived by his wife, Renee’, children, Christopher (Columbia) and Raelynn (Warrensburg) Moore and future son in law Jake King. His parents, Wayne and Judy Moore (Hughesville), his sister, Mindy Reno (John/Warsaw), Mother in law Lois Gagne’ (Sedalia), Brother in laws, Lance Gagne’ (Angela/Springfield), Nathan Gagne’ (Peoria, AZ), Michael Rhoads (Rika/Peyton, CO) and sister-in-law Janet Newell (Donald/Republic, MO); eight Nieces and Nephews. Scott was one of the most life loving, honest, kind, loyal, with a heart of gold man. His strength of will was amazing and he was a superhero without a cape to his family. His wit has made many laugh uncontrollably and all who met him liked him. He loved to ride his motorcycle, smoke meat and cook. Music was also an essential part of him and he ingrained this love into his children. Family and friends that were like family were what was the most important to him. He was truly one of those men who would walk into a room and you could feel his presence and he made you feel safe. Scott approached life with a quiet passion behind his blue eyes and loved with his entire being. He will be sorely missed but he touched many while here. Scott wanted to be cremated so there will not be a traditional service or viewing. There will be 2 Celebration of Life Ceremonies in his memory and to allow us to say goodbye. In lieu of customary donations, the family asks that memorials be given to them so that they can give to others, in remembrance of Scott. Celebration of Life Wake Saturday, January 9th, Noon to 8 The Moore Home-Scott’s Harley Room 920 Maurwood Circle Moberly, MO Please bring whatever you would like to give a toast to Scott. We want everyone to come by at your leisure, say a toast to Scott and regal us with stories to celebrate his life, Celebration of Life Dinner Saturday, January 16th, Noon to 3 Longwood Presbyterian Church 12340 Longwood Hughesville MO (From Sedalia, Hwy 65 N to BB) Remembrances at noon, dinner to follow. We are asking everyone to bring your favorite side dish with a recipe card. In honor of Scott’s love to cook we will make a cookbook in his recipes. Arrangements by Million Taylor Funeral Homes of Moberly, Missouri. To send flowers or a memorial gift to the family of Scottie Wayne Moore please visit our Sympathy Store.

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Being the 13th person in the world to ever have this cancer, you fought and stayed strong all the way to the end. You are a very strong man, husband, father, son and brother. I miss you everyday and always will. "Forever my Brother, Always my Friend"

Mindy Reno Jan 6 2021 12:00 AM